LINGUIST List 2.270

Thursday, 6 June 1991

Qs: Dutch, Eve Clark, voice quality, software

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  1. "Hi, 'lo", Dutch Verb-second phenomena
  2. , Eve Clark
  3. Donna Erickson, Re voice quality for tone language
  4. Jim Myers, Language Learning Software

Message 1: Dutch Verb-second phenomena

Date: Mon, 3 Jun 1991 11:56 EST
From: "Hi, 'lo" <SDFNCR%ritvax.isc.rit.eduRICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: Dutch Verb-second phenomena
A Belgian graduate student who is here for a short while is interested in the
phenomenon of verb-second in Dutch, especially as applied to deaf people's use
of Dutch. Is there any recent literature (post-1985) in formal linguistics
that deals with verb-second in Dutch?
Susan Fischer
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Message 2: Eve Clark

Date: Mon, 3 Jun 91 20:01 EST
From: <00Z0ZHAO%BSUVAX1.BITNETUICVM.uic.edu>
Subject: Eve Clark
Does anyone know Dr. Eve Clark's (Department of Linguistics, Stanford
University) bitnet account? I would appreciate it very much if you can afford
me the information.
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Message 3: Re voice quality for tone language

Date: Tue, 4 Jun 91 13:01:22 EDT
From: Donna Erickson <ericksonshs.ohio-state.edu>
Subject: Re voice quality for tone language
We are some linguists trying to study the voice quality of tone language. Is
there anybody doing simialr researches, or known some literature about it?

Ho-hsien Pan
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Message 4: Language Learning Software

Date: Wed, 5 Jun 91 09:57:42 EDT
From: Jim Myers <jmyerspilot.njin.net>
Subject: Language Learning Software
A professor at Montclair State College is interested in developing
software for students enrolled in elementary foreign language courses
for whom memorizing word pairs is difficult. The software should allow
students to enter their own word pairs. Students would then be able to
access the word list for self-testing. The desired program should record
responses and retest the student on incorrect responses.

Does anyone know of an existing program that would fulfill these
requirements? Please respond to me directly and I will summarize
results to the list.

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